Mikael Thalen | A Texas man was arrested by Copperas Cove Police last week for failing to return a library book checked out over three years ago.
Natural News| The event that originally went viral in 2011.
Mac Slavo | It seems that more and more democrats and supporters of President Barack Obama are coming out of the woodwork about their confusion.
Kit Daniels | Officer is excused for shooting boy seven times.
Steve Watson | Papers produced by global education corporation; Part of ‘No Child Left Behind’ program.
Washington Free Beacon | HHS division will spend $30,000 on social media research.
RT | British Prime Minister David Cameron has issued a veiled threat against media organizations.
Mac Slavo | A few weeks ago we saw what happens when the Electronic Benefit Transfer system is threatened in any way.
Washington’s Blog | From the Either-Way-It’s-Bad Department.
technologyreview.com | Tests of Google’s autonomous vehicles in California and Nevada suggests they already outperform human drivers.
New American | President Obama reportedly sits in the Oval Office on Tuesdays and adds and subtracts names from his infamous “kill list.”
Anthony Gucciardi | The average phone per person ratio inside of the United States is around 1.57, meaning that there are more cellphones in the nation than there are people.
fastcompany.com | Well, the Fort Lauderdale Police Department isn’t using an oracle yet, but it is getting one step closer to Minority Report-style crime predicting.
Business Insider | Can the Pentagon inspector general investigate irony?
The Washington Times | Maryland state police and federal agents used a search warrant in an unrelated criminal investigation to seize the private reporting files of an award-winning investigative journalist.
CBSNewYork | ‘People Prowling Outside My Window,’ Stamford Woman Told Operator.
CBSDFW.COM | A North Texas woman was handcuffed, stripped down and booked into jail – all because of an overdue traffic ticket.
Washington’s Blog | Power, Money and Crushing Dissent Are Real Motives
Mac Slavo | This Sunday night the National Geographic Channel will be airing the premier of their new full length post-collapse feature film.
Prison Planet.com | At least two universities are asking students to tone down their Halloween costumes so they’re not offensive to certain cultures and don’t perpetuate stereotypes.
Reuters | State-backed Deutsche Telekom wants German communications companies to cooperate to shield local Internet traffic from foreign intelligence services.
Foreign Policy | Brazil and Germany today joined forces to press for the adoption of a U.N. General Resolution that promotes the right of privacy on the internet.
Kit Daniels | Education Department has spent over $100K in handguns and shotguns.
RT | Saudi Arabian authorities are threatening to forcefully suppress an Oct. 26 “protest drive” by women against a de facto ban on them driving cars in the country.
Prison Planet.com | Jon Corbett has received a call from the Department of Justice stating he violated a court order sealing the documents that Infowars made public yesterday.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Iraq was not a mercenary war, as Patrick Cockburn contends. It was a U.S. war.
Megan Trihey | Sonoma County Sheriff’s deputies shot and killed a teenager, who was carrying a replica assault rifle.
bizpacreview.com | According to NPR, the six-member group that calls itself The Slants is heading to federal court after being stymied twice in their trademark quest since 2009.
libertyblitzkrieg.com | Niels Gerson Lohman, a Dutch writer, designer and musician had such a horrific experience at the border he has vowed to never return to these United States.
Jon Rappoport | Obama has no one to blame but himself.
Kit Daniels | The document Obama doesn’t want you to see is available here.
London Telegraph | Taxpayers have been left with a legal bill of £350,000 after Muslim parents went to court to win right to shave their disabled daughter’s pubic hair.
Mike Adams | No one seems to understand the true reason why these calls are being made.
The Atlantic | Glenn Greenwald, who recently announced his departure from the Guardian, told conference of reporters on Monday that he had more stories to come.
USA TODAY | The international telecommunications company Verizon has been tasked with helping the government fix the federal health exchange, USA TODAY has learned.
NY Times | The Transportation Security Administration is expanding its screening of passengers before they arrive at the airport.
Adan Salazar | Judge says she “willfully and contemptuously appeared for jury service with her child.”
Spiegal | The NSA has been systematically eavesdropping on the Mexican government for years.
Mike Adams | Obama administration suddenly decides to start figuring out where the errors are, two weeks AFTER the launch.
RT | General practitioners in England have been receiving £50 bonuses for placing patients on controversial ‘death lists’ in order to reduce the number of occupied hospital beds.
RT | France has called for an explanation for the “unacceptable” and “shocking” reports of NSA spying on French citizens.
Natural News | Parents are being legally harassed, fined or arrested for letting their kids ride their bikes around, go to the store for them or play outside without supervision.
Mikael Thalen | The new measures include a “clear bag” policy for all runners.
Twitchy | “When do we say, too much big brother?”
Politico | Obama meets with Chait, Brooks, Barro.
Adan Salazar | Footage contradicts officers’ claims that man approached officers in aggressive manner.
Daily Mail | A young Chinese couple are facing many years in jail after allegedly selling their baby daughter to raise money for luxury goods.
BIZPA | Three unloaded, legally owned guns locked in the car trunk of a man moving from Colorado to New Jersey is keeping a man from watching his son grow up.
London Guardian | US whistleblower says he handed over all digital material to journalists he worked with in Hong Kong.
Washington’s Blog | How Many Constitutional Freedoms Have We Lost?